ArchiFactory.de – Alemania

Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

En un suburbio del sur de Dortmund, el bloque escultural de madera contrasta con chaléts de tejados inclinados y sexagenarios. Sometida a la escultura que la contiene, la casa emerge sólo a través de algunas ventanas enrasadas con la piel de tablas macizas de madera. Por dentro es arquitectura pura y despojada.

In a Southern suburb of Dortmund, a `40s single-family house with pitched roof is to be expanded by adding a supplementary apartment. This extension, situated along the street, looks like a sculptural molded wood block, like a prototype.

Naturaleza y cultura

“Elaborar sistemáticamente una idea fuerte y dedicar mucho tiempo a esa tarea. Basar en ese concepto el desarrollo de la forma y la función, la expresión y la estética, la naturaleza y la cultura.” M. H. / M. K.



ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul




ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

 

Esquema de la idea original. El primer tramo de la escalera ahora desemboca en la sala principal. El cuadro blanco en el frente equivale al actual ventanal del estudio un nivel más arriba.




ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

 

Secciones paralelas vistas desde la derecha.





El garaje trapezoidal, tanto en planta como en sección, es la única perturbación de la geometría estática del conjunto.
Se entra un nivel por debajo del jardín posterior, de modo que el estrecho tramo de escalera que conduce al salón principal acentúa el impacto del ventanal de dos alturas.


ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund
Escalera

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul


Un gran espacio fluido contiene en dos plantas la sala principal, el comedor, la cocina y una sala más privada que comparte el entresuelo con un estudio. Más arriba, ocupando toda la planta superior, una gran suite con dormitorio, baño y terraza.


ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

La terraza también está presa en el bloque. Está abierta sólo al cielo; una pequeña e irónica puerta oculta el único segmento de horizonte posible.

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

 

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

ArchiFactory.de | Foto: Gernot Maul

La casa es un anexo del chalet de la derecha.

 

ArchiFactory.de – Alemania. Casa Ebeling, en Dortmund

 

Matthias Herrmann y Matthias Koch


Archifactory.de está en la ciudad de Bochum, centro oeste de Alemania. El estudio fue fundado en 1999 por Matthias Herrmann y Matthias Koch luego de haberse formado en la Universität Dortmund y la Staatliche Akademie der bildenden Künste Stuttgart. Entienden la arquitectura como un viaje a nuevas soluciones, nuevas formas bajo las cuales uno pueda, no obstante, descubrir lo más conocido y familiar. La casa Ebeling es una prueba de ello.


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Texto original en inglés::

Ebeling House - In a Southern suburb of Dortmund, a `40s single-family house with pitched roof is to be expanded by adding a supplementary apartment. This extension, situated along the street, looks like a sculptural molded wood block, like a prototype.

The design depicts the house as both an object and residential building. Solid wood planks are to be used for the outer walls to form a continuous unit. Roof eaves, drains, chimney or canopy have been abandoned. The windows and doors are set flush with the outside wall and positioned according to the requirements of the inside. The house looks like a minimalist volume, compact and heavy, from which the interior has been peeled out and covered on the outside with surfaces of various materials that in their form and arrangement inspire a acomparative observation.

Whoever wants to enter the house first has to walk into a subterranean entrance hall adjacent to the garage. Ist ambivalent perspective is due to its trapezoid plan as well as to its elevation. The opposite stairs direct the look to the living room vitrifaction that offers the view into the inner courtyard. Those who are entering the house at first are visually acquainted with its centre.

In accordance to the request to maximum usability of the ground space, a typological hybrid was designed between split-levels and standard floors. The ground and the gallery floor form a flowing unit with separate zones for living, dining, kitchening and working, all connected to the living-area that is over two floors high. The continuous dark terrazzo floor and an open staircase, fitted in like a sculpture, also stress this unit. The orientation towards the garden has changed in the uppermost floor. Here is a roof terrace, encircled on all three sides from wooden walls, a completely cut off refuge, that centred the privacy of the house and enables a dialog with the sky.

In the interaction of lightness and gravity, the measure and the appearance separate the house from the neighbouring houses. This is what its specific object quality is based upon.


Archifactory.de is a Bochum-based office practicing contemporary architecture, urbanism and design.

It started in 1999 with the founders and principle directors Matthias Herrmann and Matthias Koch after studying architecture at the Universität Dortmund and Staatliche Akademie der bildenden Künste Stuttgart.

Their aim is, to develop architecture based on no external visible sign, which is style-forming. They understand architecture as a process of change, as a journey, as a permanent departure towards new solutions within which familiar, well-known, and reliable aspects can manifest themselves in a new and different shape.

The development of strict concepts for their customers, the realisation of the clients and their visions, always comprise an examination of the perception of the viewer, the showing, and the appearing.

Archifactory.de`s approach towards each project is the systematic elaboration of a strong idea of design. For that, they expend a significant period of time of the entire project. Building on this concept, they develop the content and function, the expression and aesthetics, nature and culture.

A high degree of sensitivity concerning the dealing with simple, archaic, but also highly technical, complex materials lead to another visibility and exceptional room effects.

Browsing the portfolio, you will see what is meant.The cultural dimension of architecture rarely is the explicit demand of a client, but generally it hits the self-evidence. In fact, cost limits, keeping on schedules and therefore pragmatic and economic concepts for all customers are to the fore. Archifactory.de understands this fact as a task.

The demands for economy, schedule, and cost control appear to be an integral component of quality architecture.

From early stages of the design process on, Archifactory.de integrates engineers, expert planners and users into the building process. Modifications of the design fully slip into the ongoing work in all their aspects and therefore guarantee a comprehensive solution. Their pretension is a holistic performance regarding design, planning, supervision, and controlling.

At the moment Archifactory.de are offering services within the area of the entire architecture, the urban planning, the landscape planning, the design, the interior- and the exhibition arrangement.


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